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Tom Brady ready to buck Broncos

New England Patriots QB Tom Brady is back on Facebook today with a post getting fans ready for Sunday night's game against the Denver Broncos. Check it out

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Getting better all the time

Stephen Curry's shooting from downtown during the Warriors' record 18-0 start has eclipsed his 3-point performance from the same number of games starting the past three seasons.


Redskins flipping switch vs. Giants

Washington isn't letting the fact that its lost four straight to New York affect it today. The Redskins allowed zero points and 117 total yards of offense to the Giants. They lead 17-0 at half. Follow live

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

BILLS 16, CHIEFS 14: (HALFTIME): The Chiefs are somehow down by just two points despite being unable to cover wide receiver Sammy Watkins. He's giving Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith fits. Watkins has six catches for 158 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Linebacker Justin Houston (knee) and offensive lineman Eric Fisher (leg) left the game with injuries and neither has returned.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

BUCCANEERS 12, COLTS 6 (HALFTIME): The Colts are barely getting any pressure on Buccaneers rookie quarterback Jameis Winston. Winston, the No. 1 overall pick in last springs draft, is having his way picking the Colts are apart. Winston was 9-of-15 for 130 yards and a touchdown in the first half. The Colts gave up a 56-yard run to Doug Martin, which set up the lone touchdown of the game. The Colts had the ball for 14:43 of the first half, but they only have two Adam Vinatieri field goals to show for it.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

RAIDERS 10, TITANS 6 (HALFTIME): Tennessee's one solid drive produced a Marcus Mariota-to-Craig Stevens 20-yard TD pass but the PAT was blocked. The Raiders won first-half time of possession with 18:04 and outgained the Titans 217-132. Oakland gets the ball to start the second half.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

WASHINGTON 17, GIANTS 0 (HALFTIME): The Giants were doing better when they didnt play. After a bye week and a Thanksgiving during which everything broke their way, the Giants are playing one of their worst games of the season so far Sunday. Eli Manning is 10-for-22 for 91 yards and two interceptions. Old nemesis DeSean Jackson roasted the Giants secondary for a 63-yard touchdown catch. Starting guard Geoff Schwartz is out with a broken leg, leaving the Giants with only two of their regular five starting offensive linemen healthy. The Giants have been outgained 238 yards to 117 and will need a big second-half comeback to avoid ending the day in a first-place tie with Washington at 5-6.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers inactives: RB Carlos Hyde, LB Ahmad Brooks, WR DeAndrew White, CB Chris Davis, LB Ray-Ray Armstrong, G Brandon Thomas, OL Ian Silberman

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers fans growing restless...airplane carrying banner that reads: JED & 49ERS SHOULD MUTUALLY PART WAYS over Levi's Stadium.

SportsCenter @sportscenter

Odell Beckham Jr.'s Charlie Brown and Snoopy cleats: ??. Hopefully he doesn't have to kick any footballs today.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers QB Philip Rivers reached an impressive milestone, becoming the 17th player in NFL history to throw for 40,000 passing yards. Rivers reached the mark on a 23-yard completion on an in route to WR Dontrelle Inman. Rivers finished the first half 16 of 23 for 184 passing yards and three touchdowns passes, including two to Antonio Gates. Rivers has 40,050 career passing yards.

Rookie QB besting the vet in Indy

Jameis Winston, 21, tossed his first TD of the game right before half to put the Bucs up 12-6 over the Colts. Matt Hasselbeck, 40, is 12-for-22 with 140 yards for Indianapolis. Follow live

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

TEXANS 14, SAINTS 6 (HALFTIME): The Saints settled down after a hideous first quarter that had them trailing 14-0 in the blink of an eye. Texans QB Brian Hoyer completed his first 11 passes, including 2 TDs before New Orleans defense finally started playing some ball under new defensive coordinator Dennis Allen. The bigger problem is that Drew Brees and the Saints offense have been silenced. Theyre 1-for-7 on third downs and needed a 57-yard field goal by Kai Forbath to keep them afloat.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona Cardinals inactives: QB Matt Barkley, LB Shaq Riddick, G Jonathan Cooper, T D.J. Humphries, DT Cory Redding, DT Ed Stinson, DT Frostee Rucker.

Gates gets open again

Just 1:05 after catching his first touchdown of the game, Antonio Gates got free in the end zone for another one. Gates has four touchdowns this year -- two in his first game of the season and two today. The Chargers lead the Jaguars 21-9. Follow live

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

VIKINGS 7, FALCONS 3 (HALFTIME): The Vikings posted 212 yards of offense in the first half. They used a quick passing game to get Teddy Bridgewater going, and they turned a long Tevin Coleman run into a turnover when Anthony Barr swatted the ball out of Colemans hands. But theyre only up 7-3 because of their inability to finish a couple drives. Teddy Bridgewater threw an interception in the end zone on a pass he probably could have thrown further for Kyle Rudolph, and Blair Walsh missed a 51-yard field goal before halftime. The Vikings have contained Julio Jones with bracket coverage, and havent needed to blitz Matt Ryan. But with 16 first downs, two takeaways and 17:05 of possession time, the Vikings probably feel like they should have a larger lead.

Brees' pursuit of Marino off to slow start

Saints QB Drew Brees needs four TD passes today to tie Dan Marino for 3rd on the all-time touchdown pass list. He doesn't have any in the first half as the Saints trail the Texans by 8. Follow live


Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

BENGALS 17, RAMS 7 (HALFTIME): The Rams offense showed some signs of life in the second quarter with Tavon Austin doing most of the damage but the defense promptly allowed a touchdown drive to wipe out any momentum that gave St. Louis. The Rams must find a way to continue to piece together drives in the second half -- something theyve done infrequently all year -- but they need the defense to do its usual yeomans work as well if the Rams are going to have a chance to win this one.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

A gutsy call by the Saints to attempt 57-yard field goal and a clutch kick by Kai Forbath to nail it. His previous career high was 50. Texans still lead 14-6, though.

Dan Graziano @DanGrazianoESPN

Third and goal from the three, Cousins hits Crowder for apparent TD, but it's being reviewed. May have been down short of the line.

Antonio Gates returns to end zone

The Chargers TE hadn't scored since Oct. 12 vs. the Steelers, but his third TD of the season gives the Chargers a 14-9 lead over the Jaguars late in the first half. Follow live

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is not doing his WRs any favors today. Several times he's led them into big hits. MIA now 0 of 6 on third downs.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills CB Ronald Darby is back in the game about 2 minutes after press box announcement that he was in concussion protocol.

Matthew Berry @MatthewBerryTMR

Given how well KC D has played & how poor BUF's passing O has been recently (plus Tyrod hurt - didn't practice much)..this is shocking

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Sammy Watkins has six catches for 158 yards and two touchdowns through almost one half here in Kansas City. QB Tyrod Taylor throwing into double coverage without issue.